Complaint over Narendra Modi's 'language' during Karnataka election rally

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While praising Congress president Rahul Gandhi, he said that he is "very much liked" by the general public and added that "to become the PM one needs no qualification or special wisdom".

During an election rally on May 5, Prime Minister Modi had mounted a scathing attack on the Congress over corruption, and asserted it will remain "Punjab, Puducherry, Parivar" Congress after its defeat in the Karnataka Assembly polls. "Naamdar, Kaamdar, Daamdar or for that matter any average Samajhdar can become Prime Minister if he has the numbers & support".

"It's not at all becoming of the PM of 130 crore countrymen to make mocking definitions of another national political party in any election".

While interacting with eminent personalities of Bengaluru on Tuesday, Rahul said he was ready to be PM in 2019 if the Congress or a coalition led by the party wins next year's Lok Sabha elections. "You (Gandhi) are naamdar', while I am kaamdar' (ordinary worker)", he had said earlier.

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Singh further claimed that BJP was also going to form Governments in Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh with a clear majority in the upcoming Assembly polls.

Sinha, who served as Union minister in the NDA government of A B Vajpayee, said that instead of answering "pertinent questions" raised by Congress President "we go for attention diversion politics an art which we have mastered, far from development and other issues". Maryada and Garima of honourable PM must be kept intact, ' tweeted the Patna Sahib MP, tagging both Modi and BJP national president Amit Shah.

"However Sir, its a matter of our people, our politics and our policies, so less said the better. Who knows where they will end up?" said Mr Singh, a three-time Chief Minister who was among the long list of BJP heavyweights to campaign in Karnataka.

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